Before you start to convert your Divi website into Elementor, you need to complete a couple of other things first. You want to make sure that you’ve got your website fully backed up. While the process is generally safe, you want to make sure that you can restore your website if something does happen.
The next step for you to do is to turn the caching on your server and the website off. If you’re using Cloudways you might need to speak to them about their caching. In addition, you want to ensure the website caching plugins are turned off.
If you’ve got the technical knowledge and the time, it is highly recommended that you create a staging website. This is like a testing platform where you can test the conversion and then migrate the success over to your live website.